Identifiers (e.g. LEIs)

Identifiers (e.g. LEIs)

In December 2015, ESMA published a consultation paper on transaction reporting, order record keeping and clock synchronisation.  Shortly after, we summarised the 10 key...

The Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) has come some way since its formal establishment in November 2011.  10 March marked a new date for going...

The new regime for transaction reporting, being introduced under MiFID II, represents a significant overhaul and expansion of what is currently required by MiFID...

An EY report released this week in conjunction with the UK Treasury, declared the UK to be the highest ranking FinTech sector in the...

This week, the EU commission published the responses to their call for information on the impact of EU regulation so far.  The FCA’s response,...

With the MiFID II delay finally official, implementation teams received the good news that they had been waiting for patiently for months.  But now...
LEI renewal, transaction reporting lei, mifid ii lei

2015 has been a year of genuine progress for the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) project. It is fair to say that it would not...

Getting your head round the main objectives of the current financial reform agenda is a task in itself, but when it comes down to...

Financial regulation remains as complex as ever. Complex new niches such as shadow banking, Fintech, and Over-the-Counter Derivatives, and the increasing interconnectedness of Financial...

Last week, the Regulatory Oversight Committee (ROC) published their report on the progress the Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) has made since its proposal in...

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